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Published on Sep 24, 2010
Buy at http://www.shapeways.com/model/128409... Copyright (c) 2010, M. Oskar van Deventer. PantaBram is Bram Cohen's variation to PantaCube, which is Oskar's variation to Pantazis Houlis' Cubedron. The puzzles has five pyramids that slide through grooves around a sphere. The groove pattern is an ultra-imple maze, suggested by Bram. Because of this maze, pieces can slide only one at a time (unlike regular twisty puzzles). This puzzles is very hard to solve, despite its low number of pieces.
This puzzle was 3D-printed using nylon-powder SLS technology, which explains its price. It is the very first prototype, costing its designer and maker a lot of money to create. Please do not confuse it for a cheap mass-produced puzzle.